If you are considering a wedding, a baptism or Christening, or are having to face a bereavement, we are here to help. Please read the short summaries below or go to the three pages for fuller details. You are welcome to contact us for more information or for an informal chat.
2014, a year and a bit in a Benefice
For our 2015 Annual Parish Meeting (APM) and Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) on Monday 27 April at 7 pm in Chitterne Village Hall. Our annual reports, photo montages and – who knows, perhaps most important of all – our five sets of accounts for 2013 and 2014, are all published here, online…
If you are thinking about getting married in one of our churches we’d be delighted to meet with you and talk things through. Once we’ve met and been able to set a date and location for your marriage, we can also help talk you through that huge list of questions… See more… For further information, or an informal chat, please contact us.
We love to welcome people into God’s family. The traditional way in which we do this is by baptism (also known as Christening). Although people are usually baptised in the Anglican church when they are babies, we are very happy to welcome people of any age… See more… For more information, please contact us.
Bereavement is a very disabling and overwhelming experience, a time when one can feel most isolated and cut off. We would like to support you in making preparations for a funeral and in the weeks and months that follow. We are also experienced in supporting both adults and children who have been bereaved… See more… and please, contact us.
Church weekly notice sheets
The church notice sheet is produced weekly and is available in the churches on Sundays, or on the blog/posts column to the right of this screen
Service rota, January to April
Please note that this can be subject to change, so it’s always worth checking with the latest weekly church notices (see above)
Church Electoral Roll application form
Every parish (or, in our case, benefice) in the Church of England maintains an Electoral Roll. It is the basic list in every parish of all those entitled to vote on elections within the Church of England. Those entitled to have their names on this roll have to be 16 years of age or more and must reside in the relevant parish or be regular worshippers in the churches of the parish or benefice whose roll they wish to join. Read more…
Details to follow